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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mm FRIDAY, JATfl^ARYSrAyS THE LETPT�*?Ti)GE DAILY BERALD PAGE THREB I GUN To Use Strong Ann of Law Against Organized BasebalI--rAim to Shatter Fabric of Great Combination-'Meam Business' Ohioago, Jan. 7.-The Federal league, resuming Its war on organized basobill today,^flrod its heaviest gun -an antl-ttust liuit-*fainst the leading bodies opferatimg under the na-itlonalaigreement,'Including the Na-itional league, the American league and the National oomriiission. The Suit, ii; is said, throatena the entire fabric of Organized-basehall, carrying'riot only the possibility that the intricate organiziation be declared illegal -arid that the inter-league agreements be dissolved, but that the 10,000 ball players in major and minor l?aKues he declared tree agents. The bill oi complaint is in the United States /district court for northern Illinois, and first action on it �was taken by Judge Kenesaw M. iatalllngs, The addition he needs is about 126 points to the percentage of the Braves. The ice was a trifle heavy last night for the local competition matches at the curling rink, but that did not prevent some sterling sport being the order of affairs. Tho majority of the matches were close. The scores: T. R. Davidson 7, S. J. Shepherd 9. Andrew Scott 10, Dr. W. H. .Marrs S. C. K. Carberry 8, W. J. Nelson 11. John Bruce 9, J. S. Smith 10. R. R. Davidson 7, James AIrd 10. H. Scott 8. L. W. Clark 13. Games Coming Up Tbe draw made for the local competitions for games today and tomorrow, resulted as follows: 7.15 A. iMoCuiloch vs. H. Scott. James Alrd vs. T. R. Davidson. J. Mamoch vs. i,. W. Clark. K. D, Johnson vs. W. J. Nelson. 9 p.m. H. Boyd vs. George Stacey. J. F. Hamilton vs. John Bruce. Andrew flcott vs. J> S. Smith. Dr. W. H. Marrs vs. C. B. Carberry. Saturday R. R. Davidson vs. A. McCuWooh. S. J. Shepberd vs. H. Boyd. K. p. Johnson vs. J. F. Hamilton. Afternoon Game K. D. Johnson vs. W. J. Nelson. Kid Gleason bas been released; well, there goes two-thirds of the pep from the Chicago White Spx. /ADMITTEDLY r\ the smartest medium-length outer garment shown this season. Three buttons, two to button, velvet collar, form-fittmg. : : WE ARE EJ^CLtrsiVlB AGENTS McKelvie , The2M*S McGuire ; ' KIRKHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDQE,^ ALBERTA. CITY HOCKEY WH BEAT BATTERY BOYS 6 GOALS TO 2 Six to two wM the way the City Hockey team Ii. Turcott. goal; Maycpck, point; Smith; cover; Downer (E. Tur-cott); rover; ; Simpson, left wing; Monaghah,.'centre; B. Turcott (Downer), right wing. Battery-r-Craig, goal; Stewart, point; D. Kinnalrd, cover; Mathieson, left wing;'Manuel,' centre; P. McLelland, right wing. Referee^"Cubby" Devlne. NEW GYM. GAME INTRODUCED at "v" ? �Ring hockey will be played ? at the Y.M.C.A. tonight for the ? first time.' It-is played with > sticks aiid a.i^iig on the floor which is shot,iaround the gym- . is f^t and exciting, and' will undoubtedly make a hit with the boys at the "T." .;� PROF. ARTHUR P. COLEMAN Elected President of the Geological iSociety of America at the annual convention in Philadelphia recently. Professor Coleman is from Toronto and is recognized as one of the world's foremost authorities on geological subjects. Woman Without a Country in the Toils CO^mNl^D__FROM FRONT-PAGE where, or would you erect a home for her on the International border." Mr. Smith went on to say that his client has papci?s from VVas'hington to show that the Canadian authorities had ac-! cepted her as a citizen of this country, and she was remanded on $500 bail by Acting Magistrate Lindsay to appear at the barracks tomorrow, so that the local authorities wouW have .>! time to verify her claim, from Ottawa/ According to the police, and the immigration authorities, the accused has some record. She is allegeid to be almost everything that is bad,-dope, flend, prostitute, check artist, forger, etc., etc. She is alleged to make h*r living by being a mistress to Chinese, CARPET- BALL TONIGHT | and 5'esterday several Chinese joints All the league teams must be repre-. were raided in an effort to loca:te her, aented tonight In the final "work-out" ! one Chinaman stating that she had games In the Moose Hall. New car- tried to pass a $100 check on him. pet and schedules should make keen she speaks andwriteg Chinese flu- 1 EMPRESS ifc ./EAUTIFUL FAMILY THEATRE BSa TONIGHT A 4 Reel Feature Pre'tentlhg Franela X. Buthman, aupperted by an Ail Star Cast In "ONE WONDERFUL NIGHT" ALSO HEARST-8ELIG WEEKLY AND COMEDY COMING On January 18th and 19th for Twenty Weeks The Most Stupendous Serial ever published by the Movies. The Most WIerd Story of the Mystic ever seen. mm k HER NAME IS competition.. JENNINGS PICKS. HIS TIGERS Believes Detroit Will Be in Running for 1915 Pennant entiy, and is-said to have been in 84 Canadian jails. She was deported from Canada, and her deportation was accepted by the Washington au-thoritips, in September, by A. B. Humphries, who was at that time Immigration .Inspector. The police have been watching her since she re-; turned to Ganadai- and she was ar- chance'fo'rTh^p-eunant as'any t'e�am in !�sted by^DetectWe Kane last night the American league."' So says Hugh Jennings. Wrltine'trom his Pennsylvania hohSf^, HugHIe*6plui9S'"that while the Winning" of" a''pennant'is'-a hard proposition, he will be much disappointed it Detroit, isn't in the thickest of the fight/right froih the h.^gin-nlng. Hughie 'for several years-has carefully, avolded'^pointlng to bla. team a� .�ei)(na,l^,;.cp]MMder8... A couple of feWa asioijie d6aa:;:ed:^e "would be satisfied If the team finished in fourth place." It didn't; it ended in sixth. lAst winter he expressed;^,the opinion that the Tigers would, finish in the first division-"probabljs'i.^tblrd of fourth." The team fffiliiij^d half a game behind Washlngtc^n, which ended In third position.:.' While Jennings will not admit It tor publication, it is known that be holds hopes tor another 'flag. 8HAFER WON'T GO TO FEDERALS Former Giant Star Will Not Return to Diamond liOB Angeles, Cal., Jan. 7.--Art Sha-fer, famed as the one who lost the Giants the 1914 National league pennant, wUl not join the Federal league. Shafer Is not going to "Jump," because he is not going to return to the diamond. The positive news that Shafer is 'through with baseball forever came in his;refusal,to accept the management of the local (Pacific league) club. It wa� . announced today by i Magnate Tom Stepheos that a deal practically bad been completed by the Angela torthb: transfer of .fibafer' from the Giants. ' Stephens made "Tlllie" a flattering offer to lead the local club, but bfa reply was that he was out of baseball (or good-the big league, the Federai league, or even as manager of Los Angelei. SUMMONSES TO-E^ASEBALL MEN Chicago,. 111., Jan.: 7.-Summonses were iasttflit today for owners of tbe 16*clubB in the National and American, leagues and members of the National Baseball Commission to appear |.b6fore Judge K. Laiidis of the United iStateslHillstrict court here January 20,;the.da^9 sot for;hearing'of the in-Junotlbn sought by the Federal iea-giie in Ua bill filed yesterday, oharg-Ing that'organized baseball was operating in violation of the Shisrman antitrust law. ' JIMMY DUFFY 18 OFF TO WAR Jimmy Duffy, the sterling Canadian maratboner, has shouldered bis musket and gone off to fight aior Britain. He leaves a worthy substitute, however, for a young lad, whose name is Arthur Jamleeon; hailing from Hamilton, Ont., is: reported relatives here. , : ,' The Plateau Christmas,tree was the cause of a'large crowd,'whose'enjoyment could hardly be beaten. '. Many people from' thia locality .attended the "good time" at Sunny Plains last Monday. Mr: and Miss Horton are spending a few months in Manitoba with friends. , ..: : . Christmas passed quietly In Lomond; ��.',:..� Mr. Mcintosh and W. Ainlay have the job of grinding a carload of corn for Marshall & Wilson. Corn is quite a novelty-in Canada. ' - Mr, Terry of Vulcan has the con- COmpany. ':, . : �.;.:/:; -ir::-.,..!;:..r;;;v y. .On: January 18: and'19, tbe greatest story ever enacted by artists of the : silent dram.a will be' s^en at the Em-press , The story: is written by'the world's'master' fiction writer, Harold McGrath from the drama of Daniel Carson Goodman, featuring Marguerite Snow. It is a story of the mystlo in twenty^ InstaWments'i of two reels each.: iEJviery installment. is a complete ravelling of a weird mystery, each' one complete, yet there Is a won. derful master plot In the story. � The name of this wonderful girl It "Zu-dora."' "THE 1 MASTER KEY" .,?^h At STARLAND TO^Nj^ttT At last the night has arrived f6r>'^e showing of the second InS^aJmieiit: of "The Master Key.""TheMaster^'Key!' T.,. ,-.,.'?po;it,' strengthening foodrmediciqo knowai jiqd is free A:om atupefyiugidrugt. AvQ.i4!Rub8.9;tnt5S. ,^ ^^�� andS' taken iprlsoner on August 24. I 'i LonsdaleJ while a prisoner^ �assaulted' a y German soldier: who Insisted in prodding bl� victim i;ln:t^e back with his bayonet and witli:the butt of bl^ Dollar Mystery." To those who imiss^:;a?!| ed seeing the � first instalmentliist'a*'.(I week, it might be here mentioned that A'.'s* the story can be secured from''>thei2'r!fc Lethbridge Herald,  There will be "w'i inany other big attractions tonight, including the ever popular: Starlahd'.''a! orchestra,, who have arranged a Spe-.il"^? cial programme of tbe latest and most ' -i' popular orchstral  setecUohs " for *'the occasion,  ' )Y^( The policy of Starlahd: never chang- 'tM 68: the usual prices of adfljlfislon wlU J?* .prevail, � � ::�,-� i > ' FOR LADIES ONLY .". .. All the ladies who, visit Starland to. s] night win receive a sot of heautlfHi'^ ?rt stamp ghotos, .showing tbe''i3ri'' clpal scenes ill the second ihstalme' of, "The VastersKey,'r which Is'b'' shown atjatarland/tojtlght/AAara wh? did not \ttlceimm'm^BW^ ' biim with photb8-^,Qf..:the flrst ment,^ which'^as slM^n^ltttSfe^ pecurt^one''-free*6|^hi..rge bv bi ,h�,.:ft^nip,JBiSSt!;<,ddre8B "to il* 02 ;